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The Auper flow meter was celebrating it’s 25th year on the market in 2010. Tens of thousands are in use all over the world in all kinds of draft beer dispensers. Our flow meters are also used regularily to monitor other liquids such as wine, liquor, syrup, juice, coffee, oil and water. The flow meter is made of Acetal making it suitable for use in bars and beverage applications. All the components have passed the test of time enduring decades of caustic wine and beer line cleaning chemicals. The Auper flow meters are known for their durability and reliability as well as for their great accuracy.
The flow meters are available with different flow rate specifications based on your particular application wether it is for measuring draft beer, soft drink syrups or olive oil. The flow meter can easily be adapted to match other specifications as well.
This flow meter is used with Auper metering systems. It generates an analog signal proportional to the flow rate of the liquid flowing through it with only two wires and no polarities. It requires no power and will support to be submerge in liquids. It is known to last 20 years in regular use to monitor the draft beer served in bars making it just about the less expensive flow meter to use on the market place. The flow meter is guaranteed for 5 years against maunufacturing defects and requires no ther maintenance than the regular beer line cleaning.
AUPER DIGITAL FLOW METER
The digital version of our flow meters is ready to connect to third parties electronic digital systems requiring a 5 to 24 volts DC pulsed input signals. A small electronic circuit is encapsulated in silicone to protect it from liquids and humidity. It can be used with most PLCCs purchased from the industry. Otherwise, all the specifications are the same as our regular analog flow meter that we have been using for the last two and a half decades.
This flow meter can be used to replace flow meters from other beverage control manufacturers who use digital pulse counting. IT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH AUPER METERING SYSTEMS to the exeption of the Harpagon system which can be ordered with a flow meter collector box modified for digital flow meters.